Summer TV Ratings, January 27, 2023: Djokovic books spot in Aus Open finals for 10th time


Heat beat Thunder in rainy BBL

• The Chase wins entertainment

Total TV Ratings, January 20

Seven’s The Chase won the top entertainment spot on total TV, bringing in 671,000 views and lifting 3%. Seven also claimed the second top spot with an episode of Better Homes and Gardens, which rose 3% to reach 566,000.

The Australian Open match between Sebastian Korda and Daniil Medvedev, lifted 8% for 479,000 on Nine.

On ABC, Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens was up 10% to reach an audience of 471,000, while a repeat of Endeavour lifted 11% to reach 471,000.

Overnight TV Ratings, January 27

Nine has won the night with a primary channel share of 25.5% and a network share of 33.3%. 7TWO has topped multichannels with a 4.2% share.

Friday marked day 12 of the Australian Open on Nine. The night session saw Novak Djokovic take on Tommy Paul, with 543,000 tuning in to watch Djokovic defeat Paul in the men’s semi finals 7-5, 6-1, 6-2. Djokovic will now return to the Australian Open final for the 10th time in his career.

On Seven, The Chase topped entertainment with 433,000. Seven’s Big Bash League coverage reached 294,000 as the Sydney Thunder took on the Brisbane Heat, but were knocked out due to rain prematurely ending the game, working in favour of Brisbane Heat.

On the ABC, Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens clocked 285,000 as audiences joined Monty Don on down the Croatian coast. Later in the night, a repeat of Endeavour reached 238,000.

On 10, 186,000 tuned in to The Project as the team met a Melbourne man with a garden full of Dinosaurs, analysed the ACCC watchdog cracking down on misleading influencers and explored the latest worldwide obsession with ‘nepo babies.’

The highest-rated non-news show on SBS was a repeat of Inside Central Station with 71,000.


Fox Cricket’s Big Bash League coverage has dominated the night, claiming the top six spots on subscription TV. The top program of the night saw the Heat win against Thunder in the eliminator, bringing in 205,000. Coming in second was The Big Break with an audience of 184,000.

On Sky News Live, Credlin reached 27,000.


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